We got the first word on director Albert Pyun's adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's Cool Air at the end of last week, and to kick of this week, we have a look at the brand new key art for the film.
Another H.P. Lovecraft adaptation is headed our way, this time from the man for whom "rest" is a dirty word, director Albert Pyun, who is putting the finishing touches on Cool Air, which will be debuting at the Estepona International Film Festival in September.
Albert Pyun's long gestating Tales of an Ancient Empire has been picked up for distribution by Liongate, but apparently the version we'll all be able to see starting January 24th isn't exactly the director's own vision for the film so he's decided to release the first 18 minutes of his cut for comparison's sake. Check it out!
As we told you at the end of October, director Albert Pyun finished filming the final scenes of his Road to Hell at the Hard Rock in Las Vegas, including two music performances with The Roxy Gunn Project, and now he's sent over a raw production track of Roxy's performance of "Nowhere Fast".
Director Albert Pyun dropped us a line with an update on his upcoming Cyborgs: Rise of the Slingers (formerly Red Moon) and included a bit of teaser art for us to share. He's in the process of nailing down the project's lead actress and promises to reveal that info next week along with the full cast roster.
Director Albert Pyun dropped us a line with an update on Cyborg: Rise of the Slingers (formerly Red Moon) noting that he's leaving the sword and sorcery elements behind and instead will be adapting the loose prequel to his 1989 Jean-Claude Van Damme vehicle Cyborg into the steampunk universe. He also included the film's revised artwork by Rob E. Brown.
UPDATED: New Promo Trailer and Image Gallery from Road to Hell's Shoot at the Hard Rock in Las Vegas
This past weekend, October 29th and 30th, Albert Pyun finished filming the final scenes of his Road to Hell at the Hard Rock in Las Vegas, including two music performances with The Roxy Gunn Project, and he's sent over several photos from the shoot for us to share. He's also included the new, longer promo trailer Daniel Gutierrez edited for AFM.
When we first reviewed Albert Pyun's Road to Hell back in 2008 (
Director Albert Pyun dropped us a line this week to show off the inked artwork (by Rob E. Brown) for his upcoming film Red Moon, which he describes as a post-apocalyptic fantasy with lots of violence and creatures. Read on for more details!
It's been making the festival rounds lately, and in advance of its release around the world soon, an international trailer has hit the Internet for Albert Pyun's long awaited Tales of an Ancient Empire, and of course we have it for you right here!
In promotion of its festival run, we've nailed down the first bit of nifty character art by Rob E. Brown from Albert Pyun's latest film Tales of an Ancient Empire. Dig on the eye candy below! The flick stars Michael Pare, Kevin Sorbo, Victoria Maurette, Melissa Ordway, Janelle Taylor, Cazzy Golomb, Sasha Mitchell, Olivier Gruner, Norbert Weisse, and Scott Paulin.
Many things are happening for Albert Pyun's latest film Tales of an Ancient Empire, and they are all good. The flick has landed some new players, some new eye candy, and even some solid distro. Read on for the details. In terms of casting Pyun dropped the following on us:
And more goods came in today from Albert Pyun for the new director's cut of his 1989 film Cyborg, and he promises it is "very violent". Just how we like it, right?
We're still giddy from the news that a new cut of Albert Pyun's Cyborg had been unearthed, and today we bring you the first look at the DVD case cover art that Pyun will be using. The artwork was done by Jerry Scullions, who Pyun says is a super fan who did it out of his love for Cyborg. Tell us what you think of it in the comments section below.
Just a few days ago we told you that a new cut of Albert Pyun's Cyborg had been unearthed. Excited, we reached out to the filmmaker and nailed down the film's new opening for you. Why? Because we love you. That's why!